Bailiffs from ‘Can’t Pay We’ll Take It Away’ sue bosses for £200,000

Bailiffs who starred in the show Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away have sued their former bosses for £200,000.

Steve Pinner and Paul Bohill have launched a case in London’s High Court has they claim the firm they worked for on the programme owes them stacks of cash.

The two bailiffs have accused Gary Robinson, the owner of the company – Direct Collection Bailiffs Ltd – of underpaying them and breaking agreements.

According to Mr Pinner, 66, and Mr Bohill, 77, they agreed to work for DCBL when the show started in 2014 in exchange for a 20 per cent share of the company directorships and a 60% cut of featured enforcement work.

The two men starred in 81 episodes of the Channel 5 hit show before it was cancelled in 2018, claim their earnings fell despite the firm recording rising profits.

But Mr Robinson has hit back, claiming Mr Pinner and Mr Bohill’s claim has no ” validity”.

He told the Sunday People: “It’s just a couple of disgruntled ex-employees.”

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